The Run

When dreams make sense, it’s usually a contextual sort of sense that doesn’t always follow real-world logic. However, life doesn’t always make sense in the grand scheme of things either. So why do we point to dreams as specifically not making sense compared to our waking experiences?

Is it related to physically experiencing life vs. mentally experiencing dreams? I would have to disagree, since everything physical we know as “life” is processed by our brains as a mental experience. It’s all filtered, so frankly, what’s the difference?

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